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Old 07-13-2013, 08:18 PM   #1
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Traded my Sixer in...for a Challenger...

Sad day - well, not sad. It was bittersweet. I traded my 2011 V6 that was fairly well modded for a 2013 Challenger R/T. I couldn't shake how much I loved the look of the Challengers even though I also love the Stangs.

I ALMOST upgraded to a 2013 GT, but I just wanted something totally new, and the GT was just too familiar. As I said last time, a tuned, geared V6 "feels" as powerful as a stock GT. I couldn't tell enough difference to warrant the cost.

So I will still poke around here, but alas I will only experience the Mustang vicariously. Let it be known, though, that the V6 Mustang is not to be trifled with!
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Shoulda got a gt500! :p.

And what mods does the rt have?
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Challengers are stunning cars and very nice to live with. The only issue with them is they are tanks. They weigh about 400lbs more than they should. Give more details about your Challneger, auto/6spd, what package, color?

I was going to buy an R/T 6spd but could not find one within a 140 mile search. I will not buy a car that I cannot drive for a day. So, even with my Chrysler employee discount, I ended up not going that route and instead bought a 14 V6 Mustang.

Also, just a heads up.. Next years (or the year after) Challenger will be updated to remove some of the weight (300 - 400lbs) along with updates to the interior. At least that is what SRT President Ralph Gilles said at a cars and coffee meet in Carmel (Indianapolis), Indiana a few months ago. I asked him this personally and that is what he said.

If you would, I would like to hear your comparison between the Challenger and Mustang.
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I am holding off to see the 15 mustang. I love the Challenger as well. Nice choice. Pics! This thread is totally worthless without PICS!
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I love the Mustang but I still say the Challenger is by far the best looking retro muscle car. Nice choice.
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My dad had a 2010 Challenger SRT8 and I must say that I would rather have that than a GT, a GT500 is another story. The Challenger is just so good as a cruiser, and even with the r/t there is enough power for really any street application. Now my dad has a 2013 Charger RT max, it has every option you can get, and it feels so good. I don't think most people realize just how good the Chrysler products are these days. Congrats on the new car and I know you will enjoy it for many years to come.
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The challenger is a beautiful car with amazing lines and in my opinion the best looking of the pony cars. With that said, I test drove a challenger rt and while its very sweet. I prefer the feel of how the mustang drives. I also think that Dodge and Chrysler make junk vehicles when it comes to reliability. I would never pay 36k plus for a Chrysler or Dodge product. I don't think the challenger will hold up 150k plus miles like the Mustang will. Dodge and Chrysler quality stink. I drive a 2010 Charger for my work vehicle and what a piece of garbage. I think Ford vehicles are better made and better quality. However I can't deny the challenger as pure beauty.
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I love my mustang but you can't deny that the challenger is a great looking car I wish I could have both and a charger too lol
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I love the look of the challenger but that's about as far as it goes.
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And you people call yourself mustang owners?! Gasp!
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the challenger looks great as a comparison to the old challenger, but the stangs look awesome to the retro stang and......the mustang will eat up those challengers and camaro's and they are WAY MORE FUN TO DRIVE.....stang all the way!
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At least you didn't buy the camaro, or I'd bash on you. Lol.

Challenger, is expensive to mod far as I read.
So good luck.
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At least you didn't buy the camaro, or I'd bash on you. Lol.

Challenger, is expensive to mod far as I read.
So good luck.
Honestly I'd understand the camaro much more easily cause it at least contends with the mustang. The challenger is a big downgrade!
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great upgrade from the 6. the challenger will stomp the v6 or even the 3v gt. so you made a wise choice
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I drove 2012 r/t and srt8 challenger & the camaro SS.

Easier to see out the back with side mirrors. More spacious.

Wheresabout camaro are the complete opposite.

Only thing I see good from the camaro SS was the automatic changing gears ability.

Camaro's got a fat body, but spaces aren't used properly in my opinion compared to challenger where you get lil bit more space for its fat look.

And the fun part about the challenger? You don't have to be embarrassed of it because other idiots put oversized rims on them. lol. (joke...)
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Sad day - well, not sad. It was bittersweet. I traded my 2011 V6 that was fairly well modded for a 2013 Challenger R/T. I couldn't shake how much I loved the look of the Challengers even though I also love the Stangs.

I ALMOST upgraded to a 2013 GT, but I just wanted something totally new, and the GT was just too familiar. As I said last time, a tuned, geared V6 "feels" as powerful as a stock GT. I couldn't tell enough difference to warrant the cost.

So I will still poke around here, but alas I will only experience the Mustang vicariously. Let it be known, though, that the V6 Mustang is not to be trifled with!
Challengers are gorgeous. Congrats man
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great upgrade from the 6. the challenger will stomp the v6 or even the 3v gt. so you made a wise choice
I thought he had a 5.0.....my mistake
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I too liked the way the challenger looked. But my friend who works on them said I would want to part ways around a mile after the warranty was up.

Best of luck. People like what they like and dislike for their own reasons.

Hope you enjoy your new monster.
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I love the Mustang but I still say the Challenger is by far the best looking retro muscle car. Nice choice.
+1 I agree. I almost bought a 2012 red and black srt8 before I bought the mustang v6. I loved the look and sound of the challenger but it was awful to drive compared to the mustangs. Heavy, awkward, boaty, and slow.
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+1 I agree. I almost bought a 2012 red and black srt8 before I bought the mustang v6. I loved the look and sound of the challenger but it was awful to drive compared to the mustangs. Heavy, awkward, boaty, and slow.
how did you go from looking at a srt8 to a v6 mustang? why not get the 5.0 if you didnt want the srt
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Beautiful car bro. Love, love, love the orange however really needs some black stripping on it. Love the wheels . Congrats
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Honestly I'd understand the camaro much more easily cause it at least contends with the mustang. The challenger is a big downgrade!
Its way, way............Way to fat! It does look nice though. But has nothing on our stangs. Hope you like it!
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Its way, way............Way to fat!
Its a different kind of ride. I test drove a challenger rt and it rides totally different than the mustang. I personally liked the way the mustang rode and felt on acceleration better than the challenger. The challenger is such a head tuner and its a bit more roomy than the mustang, however I'm 6-4 and have zero issues with fitting into my pony.
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Its a different kind of ride. I test drove a challenger rt and it rides totally different than the mustang. I personally liked the way the mustang rode and felt on acceleration better than the challenger. The challenger is such a head tuner and its a bit more roomy than the mustang, however I'm 6-4 and have zero issues with fitting into my pony.
I drove a 6er challenger and Camaro when I was car shopping, the Camaro's interior was a disaster and turned me off 5 minutes into the test drive, the challenger had a nice interior and exterior but it felt big, heavy and awkward. It was light years ahead of the Camaro with its interior compared to the Camaro but the stang had by far the best of all worlds!
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I drove a 6er challenger and Camaro when I was car shopping, the Camaro's interior was a disaster and turned me off 5 minutes into the test drive, the challenger had a nice interior and exterior but it felt big, heavy and awkward. It was light years ahead of the Camaro with its interior, but the stang had by far the best of all worlds!
Total agree. The Camaro interior is hideous and GM should be ashamed to put that in their car. Since I have to look at the interior of the car the entire time I'm driving, I want a pleasant looking interior
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My old boss drove a Challenger; so, when I was car shopping initially 4 years ago, that was out. I initially thought I wanted a Camaro, but the test drive was not impressive. I felt like I was in a tank, which was really disappointing based on the Camaro's exterior.

The ubiquity of Mustangs was always a turnoff to me, but you also have to attribute that to success of the brand. Mustangs have been in constant production for nearly 50 years. Even with hideous fox body Stangs. You're running your business pretty well when you can say that.

I ALMOST bought a 2009 GT when the 2010 came out. I just couldn't sign the papers. So, when the 2011 V6 came out with a power plant that removed the stigma of a V6 Mustang, it made my choice pretty easy. I debated buying a GT, but I had just gotten married, and my wife's car was old too. Compared to the 1990 Honda Accord I had been driving, the V6 was like a GT500.

I never would've imagined wanting to trade her in after just 2.5 years, but I just wanted a change. While it's no sedan, getting a car seat in a Challenger is still a heckuva lot easier than a Stang. I also badly wanted to go back to a manual after having an automatic Stang. I'm sure I will find many opportunities to regret that decision, but I will in no way regret a 5.7L V8.

Until I pull into the Shell...

Plus, little man loves it.
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My old boss drove a Challenger; so, when I was car shopping initially 4 years ago, that was out. I initially thought I wanted a Camaro, but the test drive was not impressive. I felt like I was in a tank, which was really disappointing based on the Camaro's exterior.

The ubiquity of Mustangs was always a turnoff to me, but you also have to attribute that to success of the brand. Mustangs have been in constant production for nearly 50 years. Even with hideous fox body Stangs. You're running your business pretty well when you can say that.

I ALMOST bought a 2009 GT when the 2010 came out. I just couldn't sign the papers. So, when the 2011 V6 came out with a power plant that removed the stigma of a V6 Mustang, it made my choice pretty easy. I debated buying a GT, but I had just gotten married, and my wife's car was old too. Compared to the 1990 Honda Accord I had been driving, the V6 was like a GT500.

I never would've imagined wanting to trade her in after just 2.5 years, but I just wanted a change. While it's no sedan, getting a car seat in a Challenger is still a heckuva lot easier than a Stang. I also badly wanted to go back to a manual after having an automatic Stang. I'm sure I will find many opportunities to regret that decision, but I will in no way regret a 5.7L V8.

Until I pull into the Shell...

Plus, little man loves it.
bad *** car man you made a real good choice. from the v6 to the challenger. alot better car than the 3.7 mustang in every way
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Gorgeous Car!!!!! I love the way chryslers look abs drive. Just everything else that goes wrong. Nothing wrong with trading the stang my brother saw it everyday when he worked at the Chrysler dealer.

What dealer did you buy it from?
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Beautiful car bro. Love, love, love the orange however really needs some black stripping on it. Love the wheels . Congrats
Yeah some black stripes would look really good
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And I love the 5.7-liter V8 from Chrysler it's a very nice engine. Chryslers getting better
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